ThicreanPhoenix

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  1. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    I thought I told myself to stop being careless! Ugh...that really hurt... Eric to (10, 10), trade Owen the Wingclipper and thus make ever having it in the first place moot.
  2. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    Eric to (9, 6), smack Curate #1 with the Armorslayer.
  3. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "Gyah!" Eric yelped again as he took a blow. And right after he had felled that guy in front of him, too...That's what you get for being careless...The hit in and of itself wasn't bad, but it wasn't the only injury suffered here, and it was starting to hurt. So Eric went with the most sensible option: Proceed further. He crept alongside that dear wall for cover and took a moment to treat his wounds. Before they got too bad. Eric to (10, 9), use that vulnerary.
  4. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "Gah!" Eric yelped as he took a hit. Gh...too distracted with the first guy. He didn't feel too beaten to worry, but it still stung. What's worse, now there were assailants on two sides of him. That's...not good. Seeking to be...not surrounded, Eric sheathed his sword(for greater mobility) and ducked through the other combatants, getting a little closer to the wall. But not too close. That was cowardly. And no one likes a coward. Thus, Eric stopped at a point where he could back towards the wall if he needed, but was still close to the fight. Like, really close. There was a soldier standing RIGHT THERE. Thinking fast, Eric drew a random blade and made the preemptive strike. "Hah!" Eric to (7, 11), swing the Steel Sword at Swordfighter #4.
  5. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    It was time. Eric drew his blade from his scabbard. Slowly, with a slight flourish(because what could that ever hurt?). He laid it to rest pointing straight in front of him, and took another deep breath as he took a couple of steps forward. Eric to (3, 12), equip Killing Edge.
  6. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    A couple days had passed since the meeting(during which Eric had not contributed) and Eric hadn't done much of anything besides look at himself and decide that he was terrible at socializing. But now, it looked like there was gonna be some fighting to get done. Something I know how to do. Nice change of pace. Eric took a deep breath. Alright. Go remind them why you're worth keeping around. Eric deploys at (3, 13) with the Foreign Charm taken from the convoy.
  7. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    Eric calmed down a little bit. Baldy here didn't sound like he was about to threaten him anymore, so...His hand went back down to his side. "No, that's not what I wanted to talk about, I assure you. If we're being completely honest...I hadn't thought that far ahead." Eric let out an awkward chuckle. "But, uh, I'm Eric. And I can't say I did much. Just talked with a priest about vegetables. You?" ...Not bad. Not great, not bad. Eric waved his hand, at hip level, horizontally a little. Just a little. Didn't want to exclude anyone, now.
  8. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "H-hey, relax! I didn't do anything! Or at least I'm...mostly certain I didn't do anything!" DID I do anything? "I-I just wanted a friendly chat or somethin', is all!" Caught completely offguard by the confrontational reaction, Eric's hand started to gravitate towards his face. "Y'know, I thought I could, like, get to know some of the people around me or...something. Haven't ever done much of that, figured I'd try." ...It was honest, if nothing else.
  9. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    Perhaps wheat...isn't boring...That was a nice thought. And the surrounded by crops bit...yeah, there were plenty of interesting people around...probably. Now that he thought about it, Eric realized that, in the...couple weeks?...it had been since...he hadn't taken much time to get aquainted with anybody. Just like back when...I really should do better this time. ------------------------------------------------------ Eric didn't sleep any better than usual that night. After waking, he stood up, stretched, and spent a minute staring into space. The sentiment from yesterday was still on his mind. I should get to know the people around me. With a gratuitous flourish of his coattail, Eric left his room and...accidentally smacked his hand against the door. "Ow!"...He slowly shut the door, almost embarrased. Turning away, Eric wandered down the hallway. His mind was made up. He'd find the first people he even slightly recognized and-oh hey. A couple people were talking. Didn't seem closed off. Eric took a breath, and, with newfound resolve, approached Angus and Suleiman(not that he actually remembered the names), marching himself into the conversation. "Hey. Morning!" ...That was it. That's all I got. He didn't want to totally derail the conversation(that would be rude), and he hadn't listened to anything in it. Probably shoulda thought that through...Alright. Just wait until you know enough to comment on, then chat it away like you've been here the whooooole time...
  10. FE: War of Men (Sign up/Discussion)

    Me, personally? Got a world. Can't do mechanical stuff. Don't trust m'self as a GM. Guess I'll just bow out with grace.
  11. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    "Yeah...yeah, what's right." Eric almost mumbled, sitting himself down at the priest's invitation. The thing is...which side IS right? "Okay, that caught me a little off-guard. At the thought of people raiding the garden for lack of food, your response is hoping they'll at least wait until the crop ripens. That...seems awfully forgiving."
  12. FE: War of Men (Sign up/Discussion)

    If we're forgoing the map altogether, I'll edit my post and we can go unlock the door. But if that's not the case, he recieved the key and expressed his thanks.
  13. FE: War of Men (Sign up/Discussion)

    You think we could pick it back up if we just went on? I mean, nothing's gonna happen, so the map's pretty much over. EDIT: Actually, might wanna scratch that idea. Just read it out loud. I did edit my last post on the proper, though. To stop jumping the turn gun.
  14. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    The people ransacked the...wow. I'm not quite sure how to respond...Eric took his hand out of his pouch and fastened it shut, leaving the radish inside. "I-I wouldn't call the entire Deiran army pious. I mean, look at me. I signed up for the glory. I wanted everyone to think I was some hero." Eric stopped. He was missing the point. "Well, at least we shouldn't be here long. We'll pack up and go fight us our war, and we won't have to bug you people any more." That's how it works...right? "Still, though...it's a real pity random civilians have to get caught up in this in the first place. And from a country what hasn't taken a side, too." Eric paused, letting out a quiet sigh. "Sorry, I don't think saying that helps anything. But hey, despite everything the people may or may not feel, it looks to me like they at least cared enough to leave the garden alone. So that's something." All of that made more sense in my head. ...Eric flinched but chose not to bite back at the "wheat boy" comment. He had brought it upon himself.
  15. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5

    I'm not one of the faceless masses, you know! Eric started to visibly react, Alain's parting comment clearly striking a chord. Insult the rest of me all you like, but if there's one thing I hate... He calmed down slightly when the priest approached him, reaching out his hand and...offering a radish? "Yeah, I guess there's a point there. If we have to live with 'em, we have to live with 'em. Might as well try to get along. Just...ah, I dunno, there are some things that just leave a bad taste in my mouth." Eric reached forward for the vegetable, hesitating briefly as if to ask 'Can I really take it?' before finally grabbing it. "Thanks." He hovered with it in his hand for a moment, unsure whether he was supposed to down the radish now or save it. Resolving on "save it", he opened his otherwise empty pouch and placed his hand inside. "So..." Eric's gaze diverted to the building beyond the garden, "The, uh, place looks kinda run-down. Is it any better on the inside?"